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Ancient Khorat

Ancient Khorat

Ancient Khorat is considered as the beginning point of the ancient Khmer civilisation in Nakhon Ratchasima. There are overall three remaining ancient sites, namely, Prasat Non Ku, Prasat Mueang Khaek, and Prasat Mueang K...

Palaces & Historical Sites Sung Noen,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Ban Prasat Archaeological Site

Ban Prasat Archaeological Site

Ban Prasat is the second archaeological site (the first was Ban Chiang) to be set up as an outdoor museum. Findings indicate that in the area lived a community in prehistory to early history. A community of the Dvaravati...

Palaces & Historical Sites Non Sung,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Chumphon Gate

Chumphon Gate

The gate is part of a wall built during the reign of King Narai the Great in 1656 which enclosed an area that was roughly 1,000 by 1,700 square metres. This gate, at the west side, is the only one of four still remaining...

Palaces & Historical Sites Muang Nakhon Ratchasima,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Dan Kwian Ceramics Village

Dan Kwian Ceramics Village

Dan Kwian Ceramics Village has been producing pottery and ceramic pieces for generations. At the village you will find many facilities producing pieces featuring beautiful Thai paintings and designs. The rust-coloured c...

Palaces & Historical Sites Chok Chai,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Miss Bun Luea Memorial

Miss Bun Luea Memorial

Miss Bun Luea Memorial is in Bun Luea Witthayanuson School in Tambon Khok Sung, 12.5km from the city on the Nakhon Ratchasima-Chaiyaphum road on the left. It was opened on 6 July 1986. The monument is made of bronze and ...

Palaces & Historical Sites Muang Nakhon Ratchasima,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Muang Kack Ruins

Muang Kack Ruins

Muang Kack ruins has one of the Khmer monuments built for a Hindu god, Shiva, in the 10th century. The monument facing north consists of three main buildings. The main materials used in building the facility were brick...

Palaces & Historical Sites Sung Noen,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Muang Sema Historical Site

Muang Sema Historical Site

Muang Sema Historical Site is in Tambon Sema, about 37km from the city. From Amphoe Sung Noen Market go across the railway lines, past Ban Hin Tang to Sema 5km away. The Sema city plan is egg-shaped and is 3km wide and 4...

Palaces & Historical Sites Sung Noen,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Mueang Sema Historical Site

Mueang Sema Historical Site

Egg-shaped, this city flourished during the Dvaravati period between the 12 and 17th Buddhist centuries. The city was 3 kilometres wide and 4 kilometres long and surrounded by a moat and city walls. Several important a...

Palaces & Historical Sites Sung Noen,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Nang Ram Ruins

Nang Ram Ruins

Nang Rum Ruins was constructed as a hospital in Jayavarman VII's time, the last great king of the ancient Khmer (1121-1220 A.D.). This place was ran by auspices of Buddha Bhai-shajyaguru Vaiduryaprabha, the healer ...

Palaces & Historical Sites Prathai,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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Pa Ko Ruins

Pa Ko Ruins

Prasat Pa Ko is a fairly small ruins in Amphoe Chok Chai, which is south of Korat. These ruins were built in the 10th century, in the Baphuan Khmer art style and are still in good condition. The complex consists of two...

Palaces & Historical Sites Chok Chai,
Nakhon Ratchasima

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